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Elsa Löwdin

Video Journalist, Oblique Collective
Berlin, BE DE
Available for Freelance
Open To Virtual Coffee
To me, video is our strongest tool of communication. I believe in positive and personal stories, stories that make people not only relate to each other but also hopefully inspire for a change.


Elsa is a Swedish-born, Berlin-based award-winning documentary filmmaker. In addition to pursuing her own projects in East Africa, the U.S. and across Europe, she has produced, filmed, directed and edited films for leading businesses in the fields of sustainability and innovation. Her favourite projects are those that challenge prejudices through inspiring, personal stories. Elsa studied documentary film production at the Swedish Red Cross University in Stockholm and is a member Transparency International’s Young Journalists program. Since 2022 she is a Co-founder of Oblique Collective; a Berlin-based video collective producing film that supports positive change.

Featured Work


The urban planner Amanda Ngabirano's biggest dream is to have a cycling lane in her city, Kampala. An impossible task, according to most people, but not according to Amanda.

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Baked-in Dependence

A short documentary exploring the energy poverty and inflation crises in Europe, winter 2022, through the lens of independent bakeries in Poland, France and Germany.

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A short documentary portraying the Ugandan fashion designer and artist Buyi Phillip

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